Myles Anevich


Myles Anevich

With the overwhelming power and resources of the Crown Attorney’s Office against you, you need a strong, experienced, and determined advocate in your corner. Whether you have been wrongfully accused or convicted, Myles Anevich can help clear your name. Myles’s practice is focused almost exclusively on complex and challenging criminal appeals to the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Myles’s first step is to pursue a bail pending appeal application so you can rebuild your life while he works tirelessly to identify the points of attack for your appeal. A successful lawyer-client relationship is built on trust; Myles takes the time to personally explain every detail of the appeal process so that clients are aware of all steps in the path to winning the appeal.

Myles has represented clients on a wide range of offences, including drug offences, sexual offences, and high-profile first-degree murders. Myles also has a high success rate on bail pending appeal applications, including the exceptionally rare feat of having a client released on bail pending leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Myles is committed to serving his community through volunteering with the Pro Bono Inmate Appeal Program at the Court of Appeal for Ontario, where he helps those who cannot afford a lawyer put forward the strongest appeal possible.

Under special circumstances, Myles represents clients at trial and on summary conviction appeals. Myles is also frequently enlisted by other lawyers to assist with pre-trial applications.

Myles has represented clients at every court level in Ontario, as well as at the Provincial Court of Prince Edward Island, the Court of Appeal for Nova Scotia, and the Supreme Court of Canada. He has also prepared written materials for the Court of Appeal for British Columbia.

Before joining the partnership at Rusonik, O’Connor, Robbins, Ross & Angelini LLP, Myles was the lead appellate counsel at a large Toronto-based criminal law firm.

Myles has a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, and a Masters of Law (LLM) from Columbia Law School in New York City. Myles’s LLM thesis, “Fighting the Culture of Complacency: A Comparative Analysis of Pretrial Delay Remedies in Canada and the United States,” was selected for publication in the Columbia Law School Diamond Law Library and has since been published in the Canadian Criminal Law Review.

If you are seeking strong representation for your appeal, Myles can be reached directly at (647) 873-2901 or via email at [Email Address TBD].